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As much as I detest pro-sports (with the exception of the “BroncoGators”) and particularly the whole LeBron hoopla, I could not pass up Dr. Sullivan’s article without commenting. If you’re a game-changing finance executive or CFO, the article is well … Continue reading
CFO magazine ran an excellent piece back in May entitled “What’s Your Reputation Worth?”. If you don’t get the magazine or you didn’t read it, it is online and I recommend taking a few minutes to read it. Here is … Continue reading
Earlier this week I tweeted this statistic from an article on ERE.net … “According to a study conducted by Microsoft earlier this year, 70% of surveyed HR professionals in U.S. (41% in the UK) have rejected a candidate based on … Continue reading
A good article on defining your leadership brand was recently published in Harvard Business Review. The five steps offered are truly anything but easy. But, isn’t that the case with most things that are worth doing? One key step that … Continue reading
One hundred percent (100%) of Chief Financial Officers and Senior Finance Executives have an online reputation to manage Not everyone loves statistics, but I do. There is something about having a factual basis for acting that resonates with my brain … Continue reading
A finance executive recently contacted me for some coaching on how to answer the inevitable interview question regarding why he left his last job. He struggled to put those unpleasant details and experience into an answer that was both positive … Continue reading